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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 15 May 1879

vi ia'jTiivt ,-' eiSo - s.- y.r '- uvjj:vt -t' -? "- ' lS' v-?-" tg-a ; j- ', ,-a ,ri- - --; r: ...j, .va, '- . -5.- ' X '- . i-r.r.l i S V !. -a- vAsT . T-riCC t'MfV V5- 1- "" K r I. & DBUG',3, J1EDICINES JAMES O. CAMPBELL, PRACTICAL DRUCCIST, Pure Drugs, Faints and Oils, Varnish and Glass, Sponges and Chamois, Perfumeries Elegant Lamps, Combs and Brushes, Pocket Books, Medicines, Everything. Family Recipes Prpard with Cafe, Everything at the Lowest Prices PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WITH PUREST DRNIS OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE A LARGE STOCK of the BEST CIGARS obtainable. FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOVES &TINWARE. 1879. SPRING OF No Reduction off Stock, Great Reduction off prices. CO "''anxw 3 IMMENSE LINE OF HEATERS. Shelves Full of Hardware. THE LARGEST STOCK OP FURNITURE. West of the Missouri River. JOB AND REPAIR SHOPS IN FULL OPERATION. Call and see us for anything wanted in our line, and we will see or nominal profits to cash buyers. Very Respectfully, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 May 1879

tscrT bf,"isi i BaBnggSJIl . -"" ' Ta J'5'-' ? " i r i -- - ' 'M . itiTi .VviTi.ifL.Ti "- sK ' VI ; Ji lStV'wi H&''sr- - -r z"'cffp-!&' ' -L. . -a .. i.'.rfijSs iwv-Ci"siJt 3..5.?;Kfi; ifsffw sivssi -.s" - Is-. r3r-iii t-j ; . i rrCT , r-a Jvv k- Pleasant ItirtliiUiT l'arij. A low wooks ago many of the friends ot Socrotary Cavnnnugh received n Kinall filL cdi?od noto. ronucsttii" tho pleaeuro of their comjiany at his reci donco Thursday evening, May l.r, 1R7!) I Tho occasion was llio celebration of the eighteenth anniversary ol tho birth day of his nicco, Miss Lulu M. VanEaton, tho party being given in honor of the event. It would ecein that special arrange ments bad been made with tho clerk of ' tho weather : tho bky was clear and starry, air comfortably cool, making tho ovening as pleasant as ono could wish it to bo. Mrs. Cavanaugh throw open her spa. cious parlors and presented tho freedom ol them to tho invited guests, who be gan to assomblo at about 8 o'clock. Their nam...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 May 1879

. - ?r--2& SSt- rv v-rar- x -i r---- -- - r ??B!ewt. " apfeipP ",n -T-- n- r-Msts?- r-.s -' - "T f '- " , 1 --.- s L- V . rr1 & ITS- LT lr- im p; IL' ?. I? i ik, r I -r I -v i The Saline County Journal. aa).A.XX.IS--A.. KANSAS. Official Organ of Salino County. THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1870. Mr. W. M. Hess, correspondent of iho Topeka Commornvcallb, furniehea that paper with a two-column correspondence about Salina, which is a splendid tribute to Salina's importance and beauty. He commenced his letter in tho following words : Imivt. to In-honest with mrself. ami at Ihe same time to not mislead an one woo may mirur i.i-.. ....:- ..... . tar with Sulina : anil inreau uni, i.v. ... -,.., :: " while I am aware llial lliere arc manv other good towns in the State, cone otthem which 1 have nailed .... i.i- ..!. . j-s.mmrei!t1 and liu- iueuloint, iteUroU withoHt a rival, there beinp ecarrclr any nraucn 01 winr not iri-irc..... . limine, mumma 3pr. .... ..... ft.- . -. . - --- internrne. whi...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 May 1879

1,- . - " t . -- - -j . X Mid ISeJ -?s fe F; THE SAUNA JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT. 8ALINA, KANSAS I Sitru THE BUKGLAR AND THE KDITOB GLACIS. A burglar climbed Into an editor's room, Uttnlj ant! poor wu he ; An saw in the dim tmccrUin gloom. With Jg u long at the stem of a broom, A pair cf troupers "111 jost freeze to 'em;" He chadded with fiendish glee. WCARF. H luted them tip from the back of the chair ; Lightly ther bong on his arm ; They were the editor's onlyjtair, Thinner than goaamer e erywhere ; Oh, but the knees were worn and bare. Good clothes when the weather is warm. couxTznscA&r. All orer the room he searched in vain; There was no more to find; There was no sign of sordid grin, No passing drops from a golden rain. Only the wealth of the sleeper's brain. The peace of the editor's mind. PARAPET. lie lornd his lck on the happy home. Thoughtfully hefting thwe pants ; Out of the window he cautiously dome; He emptied the poclets a broken comb, A stub of a i-rnciU a manuscript poem...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 May 1879

&gZ&5? . ,-st .s-sv F -NT-. ?-' k P r ui- .. 7 : r- V -. Ir.. THE NEWS. TELEGRAMS CONDENSED. Dwyer wants to fight Tom Allen. The Bolivian hare retaken Atacame. Gen. Kennar Garrard died at Cincinnati, Ohio. Amczcah Davis dropped dead at Ross TUle.111. Gen. Douglass H. Cooper died at Port ' WuhiU,Aik. The Chinese and Kaihgar have resum ed hostilities. Spizza has been formally surrendered to the Anstrians. Extensive forest fires are raging near Scran ton. Pi. The Putnam county, 111., poor-house burned down.. Kate Morrisey committed suicide at Majsville, Ky. A British advance in South Africa is contemplated. Floods have destroyed 300 houses in Kattori, Austria. Francis Saunders tfc Co., merchants, London, have failed. John Rogers, a prominent citizen of Whitehall, N. 1, u dead. The Texas Legislature will be convened in extra session on June 10. Ex-Minister Schenck has been danger- sirsstTsff ill 9 TlrlTht' 1sasssa vunij U4 va. 4-aagusj b iuwhi James Doyle had his head cut off bv...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 May 1879

?i--- -., KvMs-iT3 ?-w.Sv?,:.;i. j 'i ; i - &r-f " i I'a- 1 I1 if s ft li E I fr .The Saline County Journal THUJISDAY, MAY 22, 1S79 Official Papor of tho City of Salina. Extra Copies or tho JOUltNAI. can bo oundatthe Book anil NewsHtoro of Whilo- ticaJ Sl Seaman's, first door caul on'oalolBco. C.irlberr will tiiplyjn with ict 12-tr. New dry good at 15. A Lltnwlch'-t. $10,000 lo loan IJMion, Chare A, Grim New potatiw S3 por hiKhW.it Grt. LfiR.inV Choice hiiion ami nraii;e. at K. IV. Clark, Clioicp Irult ami randy at Ed. ATittni.inn's. Clnvv JacksnnV Best Sweet Navy ThIkiwo Dried Ik-pi lici-d ready fur the tiM- it Wat con's. 71ii chript'st store in town 11. A. Lito vvkh's. Buy tho jirrft'rtion ImUiiig powder ofK. ' Clark KiM-S 1-2 eenl per pound nt 1! A. I.ito- ttUhV When yon vv-.tnt any re-il good tea .Prill on Hat-on. Banaims forty cents per 1I07011, at "Gcq. LojjanV. Hope S 1-2 cent per ponml, at B. A. I.ito wlch's. Seasonable fruit always found at the City Bakery. New styles o...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 May 1879

K-sS'nT " - - - . "t-C ?.! I? .7r riSa"!. ? - r- - rv J k?v J--.- K- - DEUGS, MEDICINES PERFU3IEK1ES, Ere. JAMES O. CAMPBELL, PRACTICAL DRUGGIST, Pure Drugs, Paints and Oils, Varnish and Glass, Sponges and Chamois, Perfumeries Elegant Lamps, Combs and Brushes, Pocket Boohs, Medicines. Everything. Family Recipes Prpard with Care. ' Everything at k Lowest Prices PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WITH PUREST DRUIS OPERA! HOUSE DRUG STORE A LARGE STOCK of the BEST CIGARS obtafrable. POMlTDRE7ilARD WAKE, STOVES &TIKWAKE.' 1879 1879. SPRING OF Wo Reduction of Stock, Great Reduction of prices. c-o - ga '--u.sgrw JmU co IMMENSE LINE OF HEATERS. Shelves Full of Hardware. iy n h vi'muG- nvr tinware. THE LARGEST STOCK OP FURNITURE. West of the Missouri River. JOB AND REPAIR SHOPS IN FULL OPERATION. Call and see us for anything wanted in our line, and we will seo or nominal profits to cash buyers. Very Respectfully, JtADCLIFF BROS. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWEMiY. Diamonds, Watches and Clocks, D. & ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 29 May 1879

-wlin-fnU QYit6:r :rjrTv II C " . ...,. FacetloH Items. nv josuoa shoet. What was it Lauro-ato 1 Wo all arc gonorons to a fault our fault, of courso. Tho rain of tenor tho flood. A stern nocoaaity a chair. Four buttin' kids four young goats. Why ia a second kiaa like a pictorial riddle ? Because its a re-buss. Ethereal mildness tho effect pro duced by the inhilation of ether. Why is a slack bed cord like an un registered deed ? Because it needs re cording. "Smile when you can," says the poet. Just so a person can smilo when he can't. Why is tho imperfect of arise like a flower? Because its arose. Some people make a business of bot tling catsup. Everyone has hoard of the man with seven aunts, but wo know of a man that has ten-ants. "That's no match for mo," as tho Irishman said, referring to a wooden tooth-pick which he had vainly endeav ored to light. We have the word of one who ought to know, that tho most difficult trade to learn successfully id the horse trade. "I thought I had p...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 29 May 1879

X. MteMWGM The Saline County Journal. AiaVA, Offlclal Organ of Saline County. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1879. We aro indebted to Mr. M. II. Hudson, Secretary and Treasurer of the Kansas State Agricultural And Stock Associa tion, for complimentaries to the First Annual Fair ol the Association, which is to be held in Kansas City, on the Ex position grounds, July 1, 2, 3 ana 4. - The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter K. C.JB , First Lord of the Admiralty, of Pinafore fame, is just about as good a sailor as Secretary Thompson of our own land. mm m mm The control of the Missouri, Kansas k Texas railroad is now held by the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy stock holders. They will no doubt make a better road of it. Tho result of the primary meetings in Ohio indicates tho probable nomination of Judge Taft for Governor by the Re publican State Convention. The President's veto messago of the legislative, executive aud judicial appro pnation bill will be eont to the House of Representatives to-day. . The Kan...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 29 May 1879

MZlM TrmZ !Bfz nly Sp.- SeS" THE NEWS. TELEGRAMS CONDENSED. Blain will be executed at St. Cbarlea Mo., Jane 6. Godfrey Semper, a veil-known architect, died at Bome. John Gordon, of Logan county, 111., dropped dead. P. S. Parks, a prominent politician of . inniana, is ocaq. Mrs. President Hayes has arrived at Chillieothe, Ohio. Mack Anderson, co'ored, cut his wife's throat at Columbus, O. The Congressional Council, at New zone, nas ignorea needier. A fire at Washington, La., destroyed ?,vw worm or. property. Mr. Newton Cunningham attempted to mmit inicide at Pnilo, 111. General ManteuSel will be appointed governor of Alsace-Lorraine. The bay mare Nettie, with a record of 4:1s, aiea from blood poison. Another fire has occurred at Nishe Wralk and alio at Orenburg. An attempt to tax oil has been defeated in the Pennsylvania legislature. William Wilson, a printer by profession, dropped dead at Jacksonville, IlL Prince Haverly, a negro murderer, has been arreated near Houston, Texas. J. W...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 29 May 1879

gggtgfliff'jvgli '.''-"" '""- . ii IJ.JL I I J I I- J s & -f-v. c THE SAUNA JOURNAL SAUNA, KANSAS gotW THE UTEKABT CURIOSITY. From the Philadelphia Press. The following 1 a most remarkable composition. It evidences an ingenuity of arraniremeat peeuUarlv 111 own. Explanation: The initial capital spell "Mr boast ia m the glorious ctom of Chriat." Toe word in italics when read from top to bottom and bottom to top, form tne Lord's ptajer complete, j Make known the gospel truths, our Father king. Yield us thy grace, dtar FtUher. from above, Bleu us with hearts ichich feeling can stag, "Our life tnoa art torerer, God of lore J" Assuage our grief in Ian for Christ we pray. Since the bright prince of heaven and glory died. Took all our sins and hallowed the dlsplsT, Infant In tag, first a man and then was crucined. Stupendous Qod I Mjrgrsceandneirrrmakeknown, In Jesus' namt let all the world rejoice, Sow labor in (Ay heavenly I ingdom own. That blessed kingdom for thy Mints the choice. ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 29 May 1879

v--r v P5fs;!; " fVrt-","' 33C -t T V f 1.1 Pre The Saline County Journal THUIISDAY.MAY29, 1879 Official Paper of tho City ofSallna. Extra Copies or the JOURNAL can be oundat the Book and News Store of White head X Seaman's, first door east of Postofflco. New potatoes :it Geo. Logan', f 'arluerg will mpplr you with ire. l-'tf. -IO,OOOto loin Bl-diop. Chare & Grier. X,.v fcmtluTii vegetable at Geo. l.ngatiV. Mi-aN only SI' fonu. at It. A. Thonijuoii's. .Strained honey cheap. at B. A. I.itnvrich's Choice fruit anil canily at Ed. Wlttmann's. Chew Jargon'. Kest Sweet Xavy Tobacco. Banana. 40 rents ier ilo7-n at Geo. Logan'.. Irur anil tiiedHm at Aug. F.ngtrom & I "o'. Strabcrrii-VJOeoiitap" bov nt Geo. Lo gan. Drug and medicine at Aug. Kngstrom & Co'. Xew onion S2 TM per buOifl, at Gen. Lo gan.. Drug and mi-di.-lne at Aug. Kngtrnm & fJoN. " The rheapest store in .town H. A. I.ito wichV. Seaonable fmlt always founil at the City Bakery. Drugs ami medlnnes at Aug. Kngstrom ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 29 May 1879

r, -."" -,ri2 .- ' . J-x t KANSAS CBNTKAL LOAN & TKUST COMPANY. MONE CONSTANTLY ON HAND TO LOAN on First Class Mortgage Security. On Terms as REASONABLE as can be Obtained in Central Kansa No tedious waiting for Applications to be sent East- Kansas Central Principal Office at SALINA, KANSAS. In Opera House. FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOVES &TINWARE. - ' - ........ i. . . 1879- SPRING OF 1879 ltf o Reduction of Stock, Great Reduction of prices. BBBBBBfBB9Vlkr"'IUfKy b1JPv?3v trWi IMMENSE LINE OF HEATERS. Shelves Pull of Hardware. 'TjECIWOtKr TITa-TTtr.AJrtE. THE LARGEST STOCK. OP FURNITURE. West of the Missouri River. JOB AND REPAIR SHOPS IN FULL OPERATION. Call and see us for anything wanted in our line, and we will see or nominal profits to cash buyers. Very Respectfully, WATCHES, CLOCKS Diamonds, Watches and Clocks D. & J. B. DEALERS IN Gold and fi PRjf JSO 4J Silver fH3Wy WatchesfP P ;C TfCSaS. Clocks Watches, Clocks and Jewelry PIANOS, CONOVER BROS., GG& Main St., MUS...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 5 June 1879

i)rl 'J " u '' -"" , ' i ' t j" '" - ,' v"''' ', frJ- - f f 3T - - .- A . - ' rj - r ' - r3 - 4UJ, k fi V A tmkkntx y- i- i V 5' t- ! : , ) i it r The Great Mistake. In his Ioctnre in tho Methodist church tho other week, Mr. Crawford made a great mistake- in calling England our mothor, soveral times. Now, if bo had boon tho only one who over uttorod euoh words, I would not for my part tako tho pon in ordor to correct it, bat becauso it seoms to become a tendency among tho so-called Americans to think that England, and sho only, is our mothor country, I can not koep silent. IFhy should England bo called our mother ? s thore any reason whatovor ? Let it over bo remembered that such a false pretext has sprung from an unclean source and is a twofold insult to tho cit izens of this great republic. Why so? First, becauso no country on the globe evor tried, and porhaps never will try to do so much harm against this coun try as did England. Why, it is amazing that Americans, who can not bo ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 5 June 1879

. n.L.l ..' . l I . .if W. V J")' -r '"U-"' ! U-" fy.' at-yryrffisygB-' J-ci. .1" '! li.,i,!lJV i, - ' .Vi . "T '' r1- . - ?zj -w- l-'Tf r - ,J" ' I?.- r v l.I zz -g.'v-A vjk r The Saline County Journal. SAXiTXA. .-Ajtr.r..s. Official Organ f Saline County. THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1879 TERRIBLE CYCLONE. SEVERAL LIVES LOST AM) GREAT DES TRDCTIOX OF PROPERTY. Tbo past week 'will long bo remem bered lor tbo violent and disastrous storms which swept ovor Xorthorn Kansas and Western Missouri. Tbo warm weather wbicb bad provailod for several days was tbo precursor of a terrible cyclono, which was to crush life from friends, destroy somo of tbo finest property in tbo State, and mar the beautiful landscapo which bus beon the pride of boasting Kansans. On Friday afternoon last, nil along J tbo Northern sky, from east to west, hung dark, ominous clouds, gradu-illy crowding thomselves" to the south against a strong wind, and man- mix- iously watched their courso, tearing a repetition of tho etorm wh...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 5 June 1879

W353-t ':SV5E3fs iYSSnGaSiSaKS MBunsKjHKSSEHHHMBsBI ei-'rS?g! V t"- THE SAUNA JOURNAL VUlf S! Ifif Mi sl? 8ALINA, Kansas : ,1 Seit l'I r"J IIA ".i: ami U mlc C Jul; 15 Ira a mail U.j yard m at J. hr Snl, notic J tlienl ranti rait It.) thed En work Far A.'l Ju and I 3v oniot . AH of Ot Lt papa I Mo Bran) AU lngn Kal Uellii T.,1 llHtlj Chi tally Pit V! Ilia J C.7, Trdue AJ farine Caj nnii if All gondl Ckll rlollii tockj Wit get a kind.' OliJ to the tniljp rJ tlOIIS For e:nlir child For I inots Whltt Schi pocko M. 1 3 Hi Foe street i:. .i.j I'M Olol heap for ii iij yricei, B.id comet .lus I suits, ct all Part can l Carlo loa vtfitr i for l vnt. I G..T bread,' resiilei kery.j Lath !( ! A HO jxr I cherr. On: will lj ford ci Ilia frl! Grr! .Mrs. l same.f hand-j For! go to J dry L'4 Wares! iW' HONE. . 1 lay in grief. And Hope drew near to where I towed alone Without relief. And paused a moment when the heard that moan: Then raised her glowing eyes and met my own. Never a word she said. Yet...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 5 June 1879

3j?5rr?:'"?R -fc;"&sr- "rxw,w&iui$if&?77 ?w-''2!'9-?!3?f-&&tt3 - ,rs--(-3" "rJcSr"-vyt ' - - - -.i?- v ' ' " ,- r5 " : .- . i - -i" 'j ' - -"v IfS 3 JLii JASL-t.S--i.- B3s Btt 111 i i i ii mi ' i ii 111 ' i i ii inn p fcifcii im-Tr-rmr-nmvmrr iar?T3gT7 :JrT.7rTrr'"-wfv.e7wn,,'si unwiSAniXSSKaaG - -11 r: p- fc k fe w-c x IV THE NEWS. TELEGRAMS CONDENSED. Admiral Soisset of the French Navy, died at Paris. France and England are considering the aneoive a ewe. Cardinal Newman is prostrated pneumonia at Bome. by Marion Black, a brakeman, was killed by the era at Maroa, 111. Milwaukee is to have a new Chamber of Commerce costing (150,000. A public funeral is proposed for the late William Llord Garrison. Gen. Gordon Pasha, commanding the Egyptian forces, baa resigned. Detigeorgia, the Greek statesman and minuter ot finance, cued at Athens. T. C. Packard, tenor of the Carl Rosa opera troupe, baa become deranged. The losses by the Forman street fire, Brooklyn, was aggrega...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 5 June 1879

a-a3hi I Ui v i 1 l I The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1879 Official Paper of the City ofSalina. Extra Copioa of the JOURNAL can be oundat the Book and News Store or White head & Seaman's, first door cant of Fnatofflca. Fine cigars at K. A. Thompson'. Grenadines at J. C. Hash & Son. Helfcthle patterns at Mr. IleilljraiiV. Carlber-r will Mipply you with ice. 12-tf. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Cliace & Grier. Mai'hlne oils at lowest prlce.at O. Scit7.. Machine oils at lowest prices at O. Selt.'s. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Xavy Tobacco. Clioice fruit nml cantly at K.l. Wittiimnn's. Miirliine oil nt lowest prices, at 0car Se-itz's. riijix- at C. 1-l S l-:'.c ami 10c, at Kotlielil!il Bros'. Seasonable Irnit always found nt the City Bakery. Go to Bnrlli'tt .t."etiUn to cj.l ytiur Miles ami !.. White etinof all ili-lgiK at K.J. McCor mlck's. Call on Me., the tailor, for your Fourth of July suits. Buy Shetland shawls ami linen suits of J.C. Hash & Son. Ail the knobby ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 5 June 1879

zr 'A 1 .-- J,' iv rA,-'-' V K KANSAS CENTRAL LOAN & TEUST COMPANY. MONE CONSTANTLY ON HAND TO LOAN on First Class Mortgage Security. On Terms as REASONABLE as can be Obtained in Genlral Kansa No tedious waiting for Applications to be sent East- Kansas Central Loan & Trust Co Principal Office at SALINA, KANSAS. In Opera House. FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOVES &TINWARE. 1879. SPRING OF Ho Reduction of Stock, Great Reduction of prices. tVO SBaaxaFaxsnxsaxaxs! IK IMMENSE LINE OF HEATERS. Shelves Full of Hardware. MX VT-EUrt. V TJJJUO THE LARGEST STOCK OF FURNITURE. West of the Missouri Biver. JOB AND REPAIR SHOPS IN FULL OPERATION. Call and see us for anything wanted in our line, and we will see or nominal profits to cash buyers. Very Respectfully, RADCLIFF BEOS. WATCHES, CLOCKS Diamonds, Watches and Clocks, D. & J. B. Whitehead, DEALERS 5 Oold and 8 fijJ&&JfP Silver I Wij OTatchesm P (p? Tiris: Clocks &S,fS4j! Watches, Clocks and Jewelry PIANOS, ORGANS &c. C...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 12 June 1879

-V? .- s ,'lr --r- ",--.-- UUvi A ds S sP-P-. e -er I w .x-i Ah Important Hallnaj Project. Ox the FARM, Juno 5, 1872. Friend Sampson : If there is -an op prosaion which tho citizens of our coun ty feels it is that of tho K. P. Railway. It is tho oppression of a monopoly, which is always devoid of conscieuce or calculation. Our fariuors will bavo to face the disaster of a half crop of wneat their staple aud dependence, ine only consoling thought in this connec tion, ib that the short crop will increase the price, and tbey will receive about double the price paid at harvest time last year for their wheat. Well, tbej must count in their calculation the fact that the K. P. willMiave to hare about double the price for carrying to market it received this year. There will be charges and commissions added to the extent that instead of tho farmer receiv ing the benefit of the advance in price it will almost all of it bo divided be tween the railroad and tho buyer, the railroad getting more t...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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